Congratulations to our winner, Kerri! She got a $25 gift certificate from Origami Owl, sponsored by Cristina Egloff, Origami Owl Independent Designer!
So you didn’t win, now what? I have a great opportunity to you to get the jewelry you fell in love with while picking a charm while helping an amazing local organization.
Cristina has coordinated an online party that will give 25% of all sales to Help4Kids/Backpack Buddies. Among other things, this Grand Strand charity collects and distributes school supplies to set students up for success, as well as collects and distributes food for students who experience food insecurity during the weekends. The statistics regarding poverty in our county’s students are staggering and eye-opening. This organization, made up of volunteers, addresses that head on.
The online party is open until the evening of Friday, September 13, 2013. In addition to the charitable donation made at its finale, everyone who orders a Living Locket will be given a free charm. All you have to do to take advantage of that is place your order online without the free charm then email Cristina at BeachLockets@yahoo.com with the name of it. She will add it.
If you’re interested in ordering, head to Cristina’s Origami Owl site. When completing your purchase, be sure to choose “MB for Families/Backpack Buddies Fundraiser” in the “Jewelry Bar” drop menu.
Last, typically when someone hosts an Origami Owl party, either on Facebook or a Jewelry Bar, she gets all sorts of discounts and free goodies. While I’m foregoing them so our charity can get a donation and my readers can get a free charm, anyone booking a party with Cristina as a result of this post will not only get the benefits, but 10% of the sales from your party will also be donated to Backpack Buddies/Help4Kids! Isn’t Cristina amazing!? Can you can email her for more information.
Thank you everyone for reading MyrtleBeachforFamilies.com, entering the Origami Owl giveaway, and considering a purchase. Last, huge thanks to Cristina for her generosity. <3
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